Dental Specialists roles

Follow your passion for what matters to you at {my}dentist

At {my}dentist, we’re always on the lookout for Dental Specialists to join our team. Whether your specialism is orthodontics, periodontics, endodontics or oral surgery we’re ready to support you in achieving your goals.

Our network of friendly, supportive and modern practices spans the length and breadth of the UK, and each one is staffed by a fantastic team ready to work with and assist you, allowing you to focus on what you do best.

We provide state-of-the-art equipment and industry-leading clinical support to ensure our specialists can offer the highest quality of care to patients and grow the careers that are right for them. We’ll also contribute 50% towards your laboratory costs. Tom M’s comment hasn’t been included here? Suggest this sentence should be as follows but will need clinical sign off: ‘Our agreement with clinicians is simple. We offer a 50:50 split on all private treatment and laboratory bills.’

We’re investing a record amount to support all of our clinicians, no matter their discipline, offering a leading central support function, including HR, compliance and patient support, which cuts down the paperwork, protects your wellbeing and means you are never on your own. We’ll even support you with a marketing and referrals to help you grow your private career.

There’s never been a better time to join {my}dentist, so get in touch today and see how we can support you to grow the career you want.

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Why work with {my}dentist?

Life of a Specialist at {my}dentist

(Diego Chavesta is an Orthodontics Specialist at {my}dentist’s Foyle Orthodontic Centre in Northern Ireland)

Our practice is on one of the busiest streets in Derry/Londonderry, Spencer Road. The team includes our fantastic and welcoming receptionists, Brenda and Shauna, and my right-hand woman, our therapist, Kerry. Our brilliant nursing team, Alison and Stephanie, ensure the practice is spotless and assist with materials, instruments, and patients, while our practice manager, Caroline, keeps things running smoothly.

Patient appointments are carried out across the day, ranging from 10-30 minutes each, and usually begin with a medication check, asking about any recent problems, and an examination. Procedures can include alignment and levelling, bite and molar relation, and closure of spaces. We might also be carrying out finishing and completion, performing the final settlement of the teeth and removing the dental device.

I’m supported continually by the practice team, who take care of the day to day running of my diary, including liaising with patients and maintaining the practice. This allows me to focus on performing consultations and procedures.

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